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Charitable Giving for a Haitian student

On October 11th, we ran a brief story in our Facebook page about the collaboration between the Haitian Connection Network (HCN), a non-profit organization based in Haiti and the Thomas Jefferson University Hospital for giving a pro bono reconstructive facial surgery to one of HCN’s students so he can have a better life. The surgery was well deserving as the student named Daniel Smith was diagnosed to have a benign jaw tumor called ameloblastoma. You can read more of Daniel’s story in the Philly.Com News Article.

We just had another follow up with Kristen Hertzog, the Founder of the non-profit organization HCN to have an update of Daniel’s recovery from his surgery. He is doing well and by the end of November, he should return to Haiti and continue his online computer classes there. .

Daniel has one request; he needs a laptop to pursue his own independent study. We are asking you to help Daniel achieve his wish. If you would like to DONATE a good laptop in working condition to Daniel or the funds to acquire the equipment, please send us an email at and we will forward your responses to HCN. Feel free to visit HCN’s website. .

Charity goes a long way!

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